Stevena House finds inspiration walking in nature, science fiction and high fantasy stories, and surreal and activist art like the works of Georgia O’Keeffe, Frida Kahlo, and Francisco Goya. Since 1997, she has explored multiple artistic genres and has used multiple mediums for expression, but primarily works with painting, wearable art, and 3D found object collage. Her work evokes some difficult feelings like fear, wonder, loss, mystery, and mortality, while still being aesthetically enjoyable.
Currently Stevena House lives in Ellensburg, Washington and enjoys using her recreational time to collect items and inspiration for future art projects. She is excited to join the local artistic community and hopes to display her art in a local venues. Please follow her social media for up-to-date information.
Stop by Catalyst during First Friday Art Walk from 5pm-7pm on October 5th to see her installation "Fatal Femmes and Gothic Art"